Who Killed Kurt Cobain – An Intimate Exploration of an Iconic Artist

Recently a very good bookish friend of mine, who also happens to be a passionate music enthusiast, read and reviewed a graphic novel about the famed musician, Kurt Cobain. He normally doesn’t post reviews on any specific platform, keeping his thoughts to himself, however. He felt that this particular narrative provided a fascinating look into…

Alice: Brilliant Gothic Fantasy Retelling

Buongiorno my fellow bibliophiles! I come to you today with a review of a novel that I thoroughly enjoyed, one that I completely devoured. While I feel a lot of praise will be pouring out of these fingertips in a few seconds, I feel that I must warn anyone who is already considering a reading…

W.T.F. Weds: Polished Posterior Edition!

Welcome to another silly and slightly vulgar segment of W.T.F. Wednesdays where I scrounge up a science-fiction/fantasy novel from the 80s era and share the (usually) hilarious and ridiculous covers they tend to have. Originally this was supposed to happen every week, but after much consideration I realized that would evidently turn into a spam-fest,…

Pokémon GO Book Tag!

Good morning, Pokémon masters everywhere. In honour of the Pokémon Indigo League #ReadThemAllThon that just began yesterday, PST zone, I decided to do one more fun book tag before I dive back into brutally honest book reviews and rants concerning diversity (or the lack of) amongst biblio-land. This tag was created by the lovely Aentee…

Pokémon #ReadThemAllThon TBR!!

Happy Friday, friends! You know, it has been quite a long time since I have participated in a readathon. Glancing at my calendar with anticipation for the next Dewey’s 24-hour readathon event, I could feel a withdrawal of sorts starting to affect me. Yet, yesterday while on Twitter I noticed that quite a few people…

Devolution: Meh Writing & Poor Portrayal of PoC Protagonist

Devolution, written by Rick Remender (Low, Black Science) is a post-apocalyptic story about a world that was purposefully infected with a virus designed to de-evolve humans. But the virus gets out of hand and ends up affecting creatures of all walks of life as well, turning them all into a prehistoric state. There is one…

The SEVEN DEADLY SINS Book Tag

Good evening, biblio-friends! Since I am currently in the process of putting together an awesome post celebrating one of my favourite Asian authors, I decided to write up something that is relaxing and fun in the meantime. This is another book tag that I have seen going around on blogs and BookTube channels, and it’s…